Only 50 miles away, Ken and I drove up to visit Vernon, Di, Barb, Big Destry, and Destry.
They live in the land of peanuts or goobers. This is a drying bin. Peanuts go into the bins and the Oklahoma wind dries them before going onto the next stage.
Ken, Di, Des, and Destry
Des wanted to show us Steve. I meant to ask why they called him Steve and forgot.
Steve enjoyed hanging with the boys.
This made me smile and brought a bunch of boy memories my way.
Then we were off to the farm where deer and pig hunting was a daily game.
How does a pig I mean deer eat corn?
No task is too big. How much wood can a beaver cut?
Des and TC wanted Ken to see all the places deer and hogs can hide.
With the cottonwoods starting to turn colors on the river bottom and the fall sunshine it was a beautiful day to spend with friends.
One of the deer blinds sitting at the top of the bluff.
TC, Ken, Di, Destry and Des. We sure did have a wonderful time hanging with the fam.
Great view of the South Canadian River bottom.
Vernon stayed home to keep the home fires burning while we toured the hunting area. Thanks for sharing your family.
Di will be having a big Halloween Party at her house tonight for all the kids. She had this cake made. They'll have hotdogs, brisket, cakes, puddings, pies and all the fixin's.. What lucky kiddos to have someone who cares so much about them and wanting to make their night a memorable one. Trick or Treat!!
Her yard is decorated for all the kids to see and have fun..
Ken and I had such a great time. Thanks for showing us Hydro and the things you love to do. We are still stuffed from eating so much good food.... =)